Fashion photographer from Los Angeles, Jennifer moss said that her worry is with the women in the pose of corpses. This reports the Metro.
According to moss, this trend of images of women leads to their objectification. “As a woman, had a daughter, and as a consumer I have to note that this trend is of great concern”, she said.
Jennifer moss has identified four versions of “disturbing” shots: when the model is alone in the corpse pose or broken doll, when she portrays a fallen child and when the only girl surrounded by male models who lift or carry it.
The photographer also alarmed by the shooting, in which Nude or semi-Nude female model portrayed in the posture of readiness to have sex: on the bed or with the moved apart thighs. “The dangerous message of such advertising that such poses are glamorous, attractive,” said moss. Like advertising imagery published Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander Wang and other brands.
In February, for the first time in the history of fashion Week in new York fashion models won the right to separate locker rooms. A new rule is introduced, the Council of fashion designers of America (Council of Fashion Designers of America) and Model Alliance. “This season we decided to take additional steps to ensure safe working conditions and to show respect for the models, giving them a closed locker room in the backstage of shows,” commented Sara Ziff (Ziff Sara), founder of the Model Alliance.
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